Best Western Kemaris
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Kemaris Biarritz
Highly recommend..clean, friendly,great food...loved it..easy to get around the city
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... in the pool. Stephan, Benjamin and Cole even tried out surfing!
We spent 3 days in Biarritz then drove south along the Basque coast to a small mountain town called Bidarray. The auberge in Biddaray was set in amongst the rolling hills and we ate breakfast on the terrace to enjoy the colours and textures of the surrounding hills.
After our large breakfasts (the food at the auberge ...
... the success of the Alps. It was a lot easier to manage from my perspective but from the racing side of things not so good. The organisers will get feedback to make next years event better I'm sure.
We had a big day in front of us as we were attempting to get across to Annecy in two days. This drive turned into a 15hr event after trying to avoid the toll roads and then trying to find a camping ground. I ...
... middle of the park which is a real treat - we need to bring the other girls back here at some point. A bit later we meet Ramon, get into the flat which has two bedrooms, bath, and kitchen all sporting very clean, modern lines from a recent remodel.
Once we're checked in we head out for a stroll to get ourselves oriented to the town. We head up to Zurriola beach first, which is thick with surfers, then over the bridge to Old Town ...
... Slowly we wound our way downhill towards the seashore and warming temperatures. As the trip was only a few hours and it was a lovely day, we decided to detour and spend the day in San Sebastien then carry on to our hotel in Biarritz. Without too much difficulty we managed to find an underground parking near the seashore where we spent the next few hours walking along the beach promenade. It was filled with ...
... there was definitely a strong theme of seafood (tuna, anchovies, crab, salmon) which suited us down to a tee. Our other favourite was Sollomillio (Sol-oh-MEE-yo), a little bit of sirloin steak, cooked rare, on a piece of baguette. However you just cant eat this sort of food everyday. We made a salad. Twice. A highlight of our time was the Pintxos cooking course by ' San Sebastian Food' where we joined a group of 5 others (3 Aussies, 2 Americans) and went to ...